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Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes Present ‘Juggernaut’

“Even on my own, you can’t stop me” spits an angry FRANK CARTER on his new releaseJuggernaut, proving that he has only gained more anger and power in the years he has spent away from music. Juggernaut is Frank Carter at his rawest and most direct. He has captured the energy of his phenomenal live performances into this new video, and on his own terms too.

WATCH: ‘JUGGERNAUT’

‘Juggernaut’ is the first full single to be released from their highly anticipated debut albumBlossom, which will be released globally on August 14 From tomorrow, fans will receive downloads of Juggernaut, as well as Fangs and Paradise immediately when they pre-orderBlossom via iTunes. Other formats include CD, vinyl LP, and a limited, signed, hyper deluxe vinyl. The ultimate fan must-have? Frank Carter has hand painted 100 unique alternative covers for the hyper deluxe vinyl, and it comes with a t shirt, pin and more. Physical pre-orders are available now at www.andtherattlesnakes.com.

Keeping full control, this 10 track debut album is self released through the band’s own label International Death Cult, via Kobalt Label Services. Produced by Thomas Mitchener and recorded at Broadfields Studio, the album follows their debut EP ‘Rotten’, which was released last month.

Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes’ debut live show took place at London’s Sang Bleu tattoo studio on May 14, 2015. As well as a gig, fans were treated to Frank’s solo art exhibition ‘Modern Ruin’.Check out what went down here. Their first headline tour wrapped up in the UK earlier in the month, and will make their festival debut at England’s Reading and Leeds in August this year, and also play at the US Vans Warped Tour in October.

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